Published in partnership with the Association for Feminist Anthropology, Gender and Race Through Education and Political Activism: The Legacy of Sylvia Helen Forman is edited by Dena Shenk. Purchase the book at a special AAA member rate of $10.00.
Highlights of the book include:
On Sylvia Forman, Intellectual Progeny, and American Struggles: An Overview – Kay B. Warren
`Verticality’: Concept and Practice, Past and Future – Sylvia Helen Forman
Conflict, Coffee, Cattle and Corn: Inversion of Gender through Development in Rural Honduras – Libbet Crandon-Malamud
Planning and Training to Improve Service Delivery for Older African American – Sue Perkins Taylor
The Politics of Advocacy in Anthropology: Organizing the Human Rights and Environment Study – Barbara Rose Johnston
Women’s Groups in Belize, Central America: The Quest for Female Autonomy – Irma McClaurin
Hear You Tell It: Teaching Anthropology in Prison – David Glyn Nixon
See the Table of Contents for complete details.
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